|fighter with sword, one skilled in the use of a sword; fencer; soldier armed with a sword||swordsman|
|(Archaic) reconnaissance soldier sent on dangerous missions; concealment, hiding||perdue|
|(French) weapon, instrument for use in attack or defense in combat (i.e. sword, gun, claws, etc.)||arme|
|(History) soldier in the Turkish army; faithful partisan, loyal supporter, devoted follower, janizary, Turkish soldier||janissary|
|(History) soldier in the Turkish army; faithful partisan, loyal supporter, janissary||janizary|
|(Louis-Joseph de) general of French armed forces in Canada (1756-59); last name, surname; name of several European and North American cities||Montcalm|
|(Military) small army flag indicating the regiment or unit; soldier who carries a guidon||guidon|
|(Slang) boxer who lands many punches; baseball player who gets many hits, fighter, good hitter||slugger|
|(symbol) Rwanda franc, Radio Frequency; frequency of the radio waves on which a transmission is broadcast, reconnaissance fighter, regular forces, releasing factor, representative fraction, République française, Reserve Force, retention factor, right...||RF|
|18C Croatian soldier, Khoikhoi soldier||pandour|
|ability to use a sword in a skillful manner, skill with sword, swordcraft||swordsmanship|
|able to do more, able to pay, affording pleasure, ample, beneficial, beneficial effect, benefit, asset; something positive; virtue, decency, honor, excellent; pleasant; pleasurable; decent; valid; well-behaved; in fine condition; competent, skilled; po...||good|
|able to do particular thing, doing something well, legally competent, liable to, skilled, proficient||capable|
|able, adequate, capable, fit, suitably skilled, well qualified, functioning normally, legally capable||competent|
|abstract control, boss, chief, principal; controlling, ruling; expert, proficient, skilled; superior, control somebody, control something, controlling machine, leader, learn something, lord, ruler; captain of a ship; principal of a school; owner of a s...||master|
|accident victim, emergency room, injured or dead soldier, injured person, someone who has been killed (as a result of war, natural disaster, etc.); accident||casualty|
|accompany, attend (in order to guide, protect, guard, etc.), accompanying military vessel or aircraft, go with as escort, hired social partner, man as social partner, person or group of persons who protect or guide; armed guard (of ships, planes, etc.)...||escort|
|achieve, bring to perfection, complete marriage, conclude, fulfill relationship through sex, skilled, excellent, supreme or perfect, utter or total||consummate|
|act of enlisting or drafting new members (esp. into the armed forces)||recruiting|
|act of enlisting or drafting new members (esp. into the armed forces)||recruitment|
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